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Idaho Schools Supt. Luna defends 'Students Come First'

  • Aired: 04/29/2011
  • 28:43
  • Rating: TV-G
Supt. Tom Luna maps out the challenging path ahead for implementing his new school reform laws. The State Board of Education and local school boards must put the laws into effect while navigating ballot efforts and a lawsuit aimed at overturning those laws. Also: Gov. Otter sends mixed signals by signing the wolf emergency bill but vetoing the healthcare nullification bill.
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Current system, in this economy, is not sustainable; drastic change inevitable, Luna says.
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